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Psychologist|Maryam Elyas



Maryam is the Principal Psychologist and director of Trinity Psychology. She has a Master of Psychology, majoring in Organisational Psychology, with extensive experience providing psychological services in Clinical, educational, forensic and organisational settings. Her portfolio of clients include those from a range of referral base including Medicare, workcover, NDIS, TAC and lawyers. 

Maryam’s areas of interest include Grief and loss, trauma, depression and anxiety, as well as substance abuse. She also enjoys child psychology and loves working with children, young people and is involved in the provision of cognitive and educational assemments and school consults. Another area of interest for Maryam includes running workshops, group sessions and mental health retreats.

Psychologist|Nardin Gerges



Meet Nardin, a provisional psychologist currently completing her Master of Clinical Psychology. She has experience working with depression and anxiety and particularly enjoys working with young people and adults.


Nardin believes in taking a holistic and collaborative approach that considers each clients unique experience and background to assist them in reaching their personal goals.

Nardin is also bilingual and has advanced communication skills and is, enabling her to communicate effectively with clients from diverse backgrounds.

Psychologist|Adam Jeffrey



"As a psychologist Adam employs a holistic therapeutic approach to achieve positive outcomes for clients. His experience in providing therapeutic interventions tailored to the individual includes one-on-one sessions and group programs in clinical and forensic settings.


Adam has supported clients with a wide variety of strengths and areas of difficulty. He has particular interest in strategies for managing anxiety, anger, and substance abuse, and supporting the unique challenges experienced by gifted and highly sensitive people."

Psychologist|John Cantwell



Meet John, he has been working as a psychologist for over 25 years with a broad range of presentations from adults, young people, children and families. John has worked with people from all backgrounds, diversity and life experience.


John is a trauma informed psychologist who adopts a variety of treatment modalities, including but not limited to, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy.


John has a relaxed and caring manner and views the therapeutic relationship as the key ingredient to successful treatment progress.  


Areas of expertise:

Dis-Ability NDIS

Anxiety and depression

Grief and loss

Men’s issues

Anger management

Making changes and adjustments after major life changes

Tracey Johnston



Tracey is an Accredited Mental Health Social Worker and has been providing counselling for over 20 years.. She has provided intervention and support to children, adolescents and adults experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, perinatal concerns, relationship and family issues, chronic health, work related problems, adjustment issues, behavioural concerns, and parenting issues. She aims to create a supportive space for clients to build their inner resources help them to move their life forward in a positive direction.


Tracey understands the importance of a strong working alliance, and is personable, friendly and authentic in her approach and utilises a variety of therapeutic interventions to support clients to achieve desired results. These include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Brief Solution Therapy, Couples and Family Therapy. In March 2024 she will be able to provide EMDR. 

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Mirette Keriakes


Mirette is a provisional psychologist who is currently completing her Master of Education and Developmental Psychology. Her approach is centred around each individual, as she aims to empower clients on their journey towards achieving their goals. Mirette believes in providing clients with the strategies and resources to promote positive outcomes.


Mirette enjoys working with young people, particularly children and young adults, as she recognises the unique experiences and developmental milestones they may face. 

Nancy Monir



Nancy has been working as Counsellor since 2016. Her passion is to help, support and empower people. She strongly believes in healing - that it’s real and can change lives. She is very passionate about watching people’s lives change and gain ability to connect with their inner selves to live the life they deserve.

Nancy has a Masters degree in Psychotherapy. She also has a Bachelor in Psychotherapy MESARPAC (Middle East School of Sexual Abuse Related Pastoral Counselling) Accredited by IATA. Further, she also has Diplomas in Counseling for Children and Adolescents, as well as International Substance Abuse and Addiction Counseling Studies (ISAACS).

Nancy can provide individual or group therapy sessions, face to face or online.

Her areas of interest are:  
Addictions, Anger Management, Anxiety, Childhood Abuse, Depression, Emotional & Physical Abuse, Emotional Crisis, Grief, Loss, Trauma, Healthy Boundaries, Life Transitions, Relationships, Self Esteem, Sexual Issues, Stress Management
Couple/relationship/ Marriage counselling
Emotional Crisis, work
Adolescents, Children, Parenting

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